The UW is more than just a place: it’s the people you meet, the lessons you learn. But it’s also a place filled with some of the widest variety of architectural styles you can imagine. And those buildings form an indelible part of our memories. Did you fight the damp with your violin in Humanities? Sit and listen to the bells of the Carillon Tower? Did you hang out backstage at the Union Theater or work in the kitchens at Gordon Dining and Events Center? Did you hide in the cages in Memorial Library or get your steps climbing up Van Hise?
We want to hear what your favorite campus building is or was. Tell us about the structure that provided a backdrop to your best campus memories.
Send us your memory. (Include photos, please!) We’ll add it to this scrapbook.